Killing Ground


Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 47%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 5245


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Stephen Hunter as Chris Armstrong
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650.2 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
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1hr 28 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp 5 / 10


Sometimes going camping might not be the best idea. Especially if you pick the wrong spot. The movie tries to be smart about the beginning and the setting and it does work for a second. But you will get what they do with the two parties at the beach in no time. What you make of it and how you react to this is up to you (that's if you like the editing).

The acting is decent, but the movie does feel to be longer than it actually is. Not really a feel good movie overall of course, but you'd wish it would speed up a little bit. It's predictable overall which I won't hold too much against the movie. But it is dreadful in a bad way and it doesn't really add anything new. So as someone else suggested, there are way better entries, with similar topics that are way better

Reviewed by westsideschl 2 / 10

Someone Died?

You know how you can always tell a cheap movie? When opening scenes are dominated by either/both prolonged shots of trees either aerial or ground level and prolonged shots of car moving on roadway either car level w/occupants small talking or aerial. Talk about unimaginative filler! Then we have the stereotyped back country baddies. I'm sure you can visualize the typecasting already. Yes, people die as usual and someone escapes - as mostly usual. What's even cheaper, but thank goodness, is the producers didn't budget in any prosthetic scenes of the actual dispatching of a person - left to your cost saving imagination.

Reviewed by trav0614 . 8 / 10

A pleasant surprise

Well, I for one, quite enjoyed this movie. It was an unexpected pleasure. I didn't go in with high hopes and was pleasantly surprised.

I think that what I enjoyed most about it was the fact that it wasn't full of Hollywood schlock. There were some intense scenes that I never would expect to see in a big-budget Hollywood film. I say kudos for straying beyond the norm in this regard.

I've seen quite a few reviews that complain about the non-linear storytelling and use of flashbacks. I'm not sure what the big deal is. Lots of movies do this. It wasn't too difficult to understand what was happening.

As for the ambiguous ending, I'm completely okay with it. It seems like some of those people that complain about open-ended endings and non-linear storytelling insist on having their entertainment spoon-fed to them. Personally, I like that I was made to think a bit about what might have been.

I'm kind of hoping for a sequel; Killing Ground II: The Adventures of Ollie and Banjo. This one, of course, would be a family film about a toddler and a dog who travel around solving mysteries.

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